THE I-BOOSTER ENGINE FOR MILITARY SATELLITES (COMMISSIONED BY DRDO)
Since May, 2020 (Ongoing)
This project is probably our most complex work to date. However, we are certain the end result of this challenging development will make all of our hard work and research worthwhile. With a blend of modern aesthetics and best industry practices, we have so far achieved great results within the specified deadlines and budget.
Launched on the PSLV C-35, September 26, 2016
Pratham is an Indian ionospheric research satellite which is operated by the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Its primary mission is to count electrons in the Earth's ionosphere. Through design and engineering innovation, great results were delivered in the Pratham Satellite Project. And by collaborating with ISRO scientists and the faculty of Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, all objectives for this project were surpassed. The satellite fit in a 30.5 cm X 33.5 cm X 46.6 cm cube and weighed 10.15 kg (Excluding FE Ring).